Green Cloud Technologies (“Green Cloud”), a cloud technology solutions provider, has been awarded a “Top Workplace 2019” honor in South Carolina for the third year in a row. “Top Workplaces” is an annual survey conducted by Energage, a leading provider of technology-based employee engagement tools. The anonymous employee survey measures several aspects of workplace culture, such as alignment, execution and connection.
“Top Workplaces is more than just recognition,” said Doug Claffey, CEO of Energage. “Our research shows organizations that earn the award attract better talent, experience lower turnover and are better equipped to deliver bottom-line results. Their leaders prioritize and carefully craft a healthy workplace culture that supports employee engagement.”
Cloud computing is now an integral part of doing business. Demand for solution providers who can deliver sophisticated, cloud-based technologies and services is at an all-time high.
Green Cloud offers its channel partners an uncommon level of support with world-class servers, backup and recovery solutions. The company culture is committed to innovation, teamwork and collaboration.
“Green Cloud’s people are the primary differentiator, and we are laser-focused on transforming the cloud infrastructure market,” said Keith Coker, founder and CEO of Green Cloud. “We have grown into one of the largest independent channel-only cloud IaaS providers in the country within a few short years because our talented and dedicated employees share the company’s values and embrace our mission.”
Every Green Cloud team member is fully vested in the company. Therefore, sixty dedicated employees are committed to ensuring Managed Service Providers (MSPs) and Value-Added Resellers (VARs) transition their customers to the cloud with turn-key, cloud-based infrastructure solutions.
“Becoming a Top Workplace isn’t something organizations can buy,” Claffey said. “It’s an achievement organizations have worked for and a distinction that gives them a competitive advantage. It’s a big deal.”